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MTJC podcast is a show about mobile development. Each week Jaime Lopez, Mark Rubin (sometimes Greg Heo and Tammy Coron) and myself, Tim Mitra, will convene from across the continent to discuss iOS and Mac development. We discuss current issues to find out what developers are talking about, what their apps are about, what they are using to create their apps and what advice they have for other developers (or those looking to become one). We also have news, notes and tech tips for developers.
 
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Hemant Taneja (@htaneja), managing partner at General Catalyst and author of Intended Consequences, joins Anne Dwane and Village Global’s newest partner, Prateek Alsi, to discuss: - What responsible innovation is and how tech can do good in the world using the framework. - How founders should think about responsible innovation at the earliest stage…
 
Laura Crabtree (@llcrabbie), founder and CEO of Epsilon3, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon on this episode to discuss: - What she accomplished during her time at SpaceX and her journey to starting Epsilon3. - Whether the biggest contribution of SpaceX to the industry will be all the amazing people leaving to start their own space companies. - How…
 
Jimmy Soni (@jimmyasoni), author of The Founders: The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley, joins Ben Casnocha on this episode to discuss: - How diversity and variety of backgrounds and opinions helped PayPal become successful. - The fact that PayPal’s leading product was not solving a problem that they had set out to sol…
 
Joshua Steinman (@JoshuaSteinman), founder and CEO of Galvanick, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - The history of cybersecurity at big industrial companies and how he is building “Splunk for industrial systems” to solve that problem. - His time at the National Security Council, what motivated him to work in government, and his work c…
 
Alex Iskold, co-founder and managing partner at 2048 Ventures and creator of 1kproject.org, joins Anne Dwane and Lucas Bagno on this episode to discuss: - What he is doing with 1kproject.org to help the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. - How he and a team of volunteers are empowering families in the US to send $1,000 directly to the bank card of a U…
 
Martin Gurri (@mgurri), author of The Revolt of the Public, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - The genesis of the thesis about the revolt of the public while Martin was working at the CIA analyzing communications as social media and blogging began to take off. - The challenges to authority that the free flow of information has present…
 
This week we fact check Hockey Night in Canada, and compare the new iPad Air to the iPad Pro, review masked Face ID, and debate whether the Apple Studio Display is a good deal. Apple announces WWDC 2022 starting June 6. We share our opinions on the online version of WWDC. Apple is apparently testing nine M2 based Macs and may introduce a new MacBoo…
 
Chris Power (@2112Power), founder and CEO of Hadrian, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - Why manufacturing is key to a strong position in the world order. - The changes in the landscape that have enabled a company like Hadrian to be possible now, where it wasn’t five years ago. - What Chris would do if he was running the United States…
 
Chris Power (@2112Power), founder and CEO of Hadrian, Katherine Boyle (@KTmBoyle), partner at a16z, and Josh Wolfe (@wolfejosh), co-founder and managing partner at Lux Capital, join Anne Dwane and Erik Torenberg on this episode to discuss: - How Hadrian is abstracting the supply chain for space, aerospace, and defense manufacturing, and how it is a…
 
Mike Maples (@m2jr), founding partner at Floodgate, joins Lucas Bagno (@lucasbagnocv) and Ian Cinnamon (@iancinnamon) to discuss: - Why there has been an “epidemic of fakery” in society over the last 50 years or so. Mike says that institutions are pretending to be working rather than doing actual work. - Why the right “angle of attack” for societal…
 
Ayo Omojola (https://www.linkedin.com/in/omojola/), SVP of Product at Carbon Health, joins Anne Dwane (@adwane) and Lucas Bagno (@lucasbagnocv) to discuss: - What he noticed moving from fintech to healthtech. - Advice for people working in a highly regulated industry like healthcare. - What’s unique about Carbon Health and why healthtech is so prom…
 
Delian Asparouhov (@zebulgar), co-founder of Varda Space Industries and principal at Founders Fund, joins Lucas Bagno (@lucasbagnocv) and Ian Cinnamon (@iancinnammon) on this episode to discuss: - Why he says that VCs have a moral obligation to fund companies that help keep America a step ahead of its adversaries. - Why space matters for him person…
 
Katherine Boyle (@KTmBoyle), GP at a16z, joins Anne Dwane (@adwane) and Lucas Bagno (@lucasbagnocv) on this episode to discuss: - What needs to change inside the federal government for more contracts to go to startups. - How startups should think about working with state and local governments. - How trust has declined in public institutions over th…
 
Cristina Cordova was the 28th employee at Stripe and grew their partnerships arm from the ground up. Most recently, she led platform & partnerships at Notion, which included starting the Growth Product Team. In this episode, we discuss how to build a partnerships team, what to look for in BD hires, and the ins and outs of successful deal-making. Cr…
 
Trae Stephens (@traestephens), co-founder at Anduril and partner at Founders Fund joins Lucas Bagno (@lucasbagnocv) and Ian Cinnamon (@iancinnamon) to discuss: - What keeps him up at night when he looks at the US today. - What he would change about the US government if he could wave a magic wand. - Common mistakes made by people selling to governme…
 
This week we discuss Apple's all-in-one keyboard computer patent. Apple launches inaugural Entrepreneur Camp for Latin founders. Apple to rolls out iOS 15.4. We also cover Apple's Peek Performance Event introducing M1 Ultra, Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone SE 5G, iPad Air with M1, and Friday Night Football on Apple TV+. Picks: Hello Mac OSX Tige…
 
Richard Ni is the current Head of People at Scale AI after being the first recruiting hire at Cruise Automation, where he helped bring the team from 10 to 700 in three years. Prior to leading people teams, Richard was a Software Engineer at Venmo and a Computer Science major at MIT. We discuss the unique perspective that his technical background gi…
 
Village Global's Solarpunk is a new podcast series about technology, space, and defense. We discuss how western society will use technology to adapt to the changing global landscape. We’re inspired by the theme of solarpunk — the mindset of what the planet will look like when humanity succeeds in solving major contemporary challenges through techno…
 
Semil Shah (@semil), investor at Haystack and venture partner at Lightspeed, joins Lucas Bagno to discuss: - The trends Semil sees in the entrepreneurial landscape today: the ease of getting started as a founder, the fight for ownership among funds, and renewed attention to dilution from founders. - How he raised his most recent fund at Haystack an…
 
Michal Cieplinski is the Chief Business Officer at Pipe. He has also spent time as General Counsel and CCO at Fundbox as well as a Senior VP at Lending Club, among other roles. He describes himself as a lawyer who has never really been a lawyer - meaning that “no” is a rare answer for him to give his fast-moving colleagues. In this episode, we disc…
 
This week we discuss Apple's record breaking iPhone sales in India. A new MacBook Air could be coming with a notch, MagSafe, next generation Apple Silicon and more ports, along with a 5G iPhone SE. Apple’s App Store likely to survive two U.S. Bills aimed to change it. We discuss Tom Harrington's Clash of the Optionals and Jesse Squire's interpretat…
 
David Sneider (@davidlsneider), of Lit Protocol, and Stephen McKeon (@sbmckeon), partner at Collab+Currency, join Anne Dwane to discuss: - What Lit Protocol is, what it enables, and how it is being used today. - The vision for a different architecture of the internet. - How user-owned networks would work and their prospects for achieving scale. - H…
 
Olivia Chen was most recently Head of Product at Faire. She joined Faire as their first ops/business hire. By the time she left four years later, Faire had grown to over 750 employees and Olivia was managing a cross-functional team of more than 60 people. In this episode, we discussed how to build successful referral programs, how to grow a product…
 
Sarah Smith is currently a partner at Bain Capital Ventures after an early career of building elite HR teams for huge tech players, including Facebook and Quora, where she helped scale Quora from 40 to 160 people in 3 years. In this episode, we discussed hiring that first crucial people person, how to train first-time management, how to nail goal s…
 
Sheel Mohnot (@pitdesi), founder of Better Tomorrow Ventures, joins Lucas Bagno (@lucasbagnocv) of Village Global to discuss: - Sheel’s reflections on raising a fund and the opportunities he sees in fintech today. - The importance of ownership in seed investing. - How the fintech landscape has evolved over the last year. - Why non-fintech companies…
 
Anne Dwane is co-founder and partner at Village Global. She was previously CEO at Zinch, a network connecting students with colleges and scholarships. Zinch was acquired by Chegg, where she served as Chief Business Officer, before and after the IPO. Previously, Anne co-founded Military.com, a social and professional network for service members and …
 
This week we fact check Project Titan and Buddy Build. The Avengers assemble to invest in 1Password. Apple grabs record China market share. Apple fixes new zero-day exploit. TIOBE Index - jan 2022. Universal Control. App Store Now Supports Unlisted App URLs. iCloud syncing issues are plaguing third-party apps. FaceID to unlock with Masks in iOS 15.…
 
Today’s guest is Ben Braverman. Ben is currently Chief Customer Officer at Flexport after 6 years of being their Chief Revenue Officer during Flexport’s hypergrowth period. In this episode, we discussed how to build a good sales machine from the ground up. Ben also shares his thoughts on all things revenue - from marketing to BD to forming early SD…
 
Execs is a show from Erik Torenberg and On Deck for founders, operators, and pioneers who want to understand the playbooks, frameworks, and tactics that leading tech companies today have used to scale. We're simulcasting the series on the Village Global podcast. Anand Chandrasekaran is a full-time angel and advisor with extensive executive experien…
 
Execs is a show from Erik Torenberg and On Deck for founders, operators, and pioneers who want to understand the playbooks, frameworks, and tactics that leading tech companies today have used to scale. We're simulcasting the series on the Village Global podcast. Gina Gotthilf spent five years at Duolingo and helped the company grow from 3 million t…
 
Execs is a show from Erik Torenberg and On Deck for founders, operators, and pioneers who want to understand the playbooks, frameworks, and tactics that leading tech companies today have used to scale. We're simulcasting the series on the Village Global podcast. The first guest on Execs is Jared Fliesler. Most recently, Jared was COO at Scribd. Pri…
 
Scott Sumner (@scottsumnertmi), economist and author of The Money Illusion, and Lyn Alden (@LynAldenContact), investment strategist, join Erik on this episode to discuss: - Whether monetary policy has been too expansionary. - Where Lyn and Scott differ on inflation. - Why interest rates have declined over the last several decades. - The nuances of …
 
We're back for 2022, to follow up on buying a MacBook Pro, and Apple suing NSO Group. Tim and Mark discuss migrating a Core Data app from Objective-C to SwiftUI. We discuss the 15th anniversary of the iPhone announcement, Uber parks its Watch app, and 9 to 5 writes about Watch app abandonment. Introducing Swift for Visual Studio Code. How do Verifi…
 
Scott Sumner (@scottsumnertmi), economist and author of The Money Illusion, and Lyn Alden (@LynAldenContact), investment strategist, join Erik on this episode to discuss: - Lyn’s position that the US needs to inflate its debt away and the mechanics of how that works. - The similarities and differences between the 1940s and the 2020s, when an extern…
 
In celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the iPhone announcement at Mac World 2007, here is our 10th anniversary episode. We were joined by Tammy Coron and Greg Heo. We followed up on Learning to Learn, a MacBook Pro saving a life, where Apple products are made and the math behind a 5-star rating. Reorded the week marking the 10 year anniversary o…
 
Elias Torres (@eliast), co-founder and CTO at Drift, joins Lucas Bagno for this episode, which was recorded as part of a special event for Villagers. They discussed: - Why Elias is so grateful for the US and the differences he noticed when he came here from Nicaragua. - How he has forged a great relationship with a co-founder who is the opposite of…
 
Scott Sumner (@scottsumnertmi), economist and author of The Money Illusion, joins Erik on this episode to discuss: - Why Scott says that the fed should have been more expansionary during the Great Recession. - The usefulness of level targeting. - Why house prices are going to remain permanently high for the 21st century. - An explanation of market …
 
It’s the end of 2021, so today we look forward to 2022 and what we hope to achieve. Joe talks about the upcoming inflection point he faces with his current long-term contract, and Charles discusses his marketing and technical goals for the upcoming year. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about the business of Mac an…
 
Andrew Chen (@andrewchen), partner at Andreessen Horowitz and author of The Cold Start Problem, joins Erik Torenberg and Lucas Bagno on this episode to discuss: - Why the secret to why Bay Area tech companies have been so successful is their ability to connect people in different ways. - Stories of how different tech companies solved the cold start…
 
Today we continue with our look at how we did living up to the goals that we set for ourselves in 2021. Last week we focused on Joe. This week it’s Charles’ chance to be in the hot seat as we evaluate his progress in 2021. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about the business of Mac and iOS development than we have t…
 
Wesley Samples (@wesleysamples), founder and COO of Sora Schools, and Nick Grandy (@ngrandy), co-founder and Head of Product at Outschool, join Anne on this episode. - How the pandemic has “fractured the status quo” and how it will lead to a period of rapid change for education systems around the world. - How they’re building a world where kids lov…
 
As is our tradition, today we start taking a look at how we did living up to the goals that we set for ourselves in 2021. In this episode we review Joe’s goals and get caught up on how he did this year. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about the business of Mac and iOS development than we have time to discuss on th…
 
Roustem Karimov, co-founder of Agilebits maker of 1Password, joins Tim to discuss 1Password's development, history, past, present and future. We also discuss how the Soviets won the '72 Summit Series? Recorded November 23, 2021 in Toronto Special Guest: Roustem Karimov. Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advic…
 
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